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15th  & 16th  DECEMBER, 2017

Indian Criminology & Forensic Science Association (ICFSA) and Department of Law, University of Calicut, Kerala is hosting an international seminar on 15th& 16th December, 2017 at EMS Seminar Complex, Calicut University Campus. The key theme of the seminar is ‘Enhance Criminology & Forensic Science- Ensure Justice’.  The sub-themes of this seminar are listed below



  1. Criminology
  2. Penology
  3. Victimology
  4. Forensic Science& Criminal Investigation
  5. Forensic Medicine
  6. Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics

Call for papers:
Papers are invited in the above mentioned sub-themes. The submission of abstract may be made by November 15, 2017.  The abstract shall be written in English and follow the Doc format. The word limit is 300. Camera ready copy of the full length paper, formulated on MS word (A4 size) in Times New Roman font, letter size 12 in one and half line spacing should be submitted by December 1, 2017 with following details:

  1. Title of  paper and therelevant Sub-theme
  2. Name of the author(s)
  3. Author Affiliation
  4. Contact e-mail, mobile number

All communication regarding the paper presentation shall be send to internationalseminarlaw@gmail.com.

Registration Fee (Per Person):

Delegates Early Bird Registration (Before 1st December, 2017) After 1st December, 2017
In-service persons/ Faculties Rs.1000/- Rs.1500/-
Research Scholars (Mphil/ Ph.D/ PDF) Rs.500/- Rs.750/-
Students Rs.250/- Rs.500/-
Accompanying  person Rs.250/- Rs.500/-
Foreign Delegates US$ 150 US$ 250

Registration fee includes Seminar Kit, 2 lunches, 4 high Tea, 1 breakfast and 1 dinner.


Accommodation charges:
Accommodation will be provided for the delegates on sharing basis in the Calicut University guest house on first come and first serve basis and chargeable as per norms. The remaining delegates would be accommodated in the nearby hotels on advance booking basis.

Calicut University Guest house: Rs.100/- per day (Non-AC), Rs. 350/- per day (AC)
Hotel: Rs.1000/- (Twin Sharing) per day to 2500/- (Single Occupancy)per day.

Mode of payment:
The registration fees including the accommodation charges shall be paid by way of NEFT/RTGS (Electronic transfer) or by deposit to the following Bank Account of Indian Criminology & Forensic Science Association, Account No.:- 32695002689, SBI, Thrissur, Kerala, IFSC Code: SBIN0000940. Also, by the way of Demand Draft drawn in favor of Indian Criminology & Forensic Science Association payable at SBI, Thrissur.The registration fee once tendered will not be refunded in any case.

Online registration shall be done through the following link or hard copy of the duly filled registration form shall be send to the Chairperson , International Seminar on  Criminology & Forensic Science , Department of Law, University of Calicut, Calicut University P.O- 673635, Kerala, India.

The venue is Seminar Complex, Calicut University Campus, which is approximately 20. kms away from the city, Kozhikode/Calicut. Calicut University is well connected with South Central Railway, NH 66 and by air. Nearest railway stations are Parappanagadi, Feroke and Kozhikode. The Karipur Airport (Code: CCJ) is 8 km from the venue.

The delegates are advised to contact the Joint Secretary or Organizing Secretary for all queries and clarifications at email: internationalseminarlaw@gmail.com or fscrimkl@gmail.com. Mob.: 8547791387 or 9895086515. Tel.: 0494-2407584.

Adv.Veena Venugopal , Joint Secretary
Mr.Siva Prasad M.S , Organising Scretary

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About Seminar
Crime being a dynamic phenomenon, the nature of crime and criminals has changed considerably due to advent of economic liberalization, globalization and communication revolution. This has not only resulted in effecting substantial alterations in the dynamics of crime and criminal behaviour but also brought about multiple challenges for the Criminal Justice System in particular and society as a whole in general. Therefore, awareness and education in various fields of Criminology and Forensic Science have become duly bound to respond to the needs of the society and the Criminal Justice System. This international seminar will emphasise the application of modern trends in Penology, Criminology, Victimology, Forensic Science, Forensic Medicine, Cyber Crime and Cyber Forensics in crime prevention and detection.


University of Calicut

The University of Calicut, established in 1968, is the largest University in Kerala. The University aims to nurture excellence in education and research in its catchment areas of Northern Kerala, historically consigned to the periphery of Kerala’s academic map. The University lays emphasis on fostering quality human resource and promoting productive research that benefits both the local communities and the wider humanity. Over the years, the University has been able to surmount all challenges and emerge as the largest residential cum affiliating University in Kerala. With 34 post- graduate departments and 340 affiliated colleges it has become a beacon of hope and enlightenment for hundreds of thousands of young men and women. The University is celebrating its Golden Jubilee in 2018. Currently the University has been accredited with ‘A’ Grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council.


Department of Law
The department of Law offers post-graduate degree in law with double specialization. The main objective of the department is to equip the students with research skills needed to strengthen the administration of justice in India. The LLM programme is developed to integrate Indian and global perspectives on aspects of corporate, international trade, intellectual property rights, criminal law and varied areas of law and emphasizes on an international, transnational and comparative approach to research in the aforementioned fields of law


About Kerala
Kerala, a state situated on the tropical Malabar Coast of South-western India, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in India. This state is named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler. Kerala, popularly known as ‘God’s Own Country’ is famous especially for varied flora and fauna, its ecotourism initiatives and beautiful backwaters. Its unique culture and traditions, coupled with its varied demography, have made Kerala one of the most popular destinations in the world. December marks the beginning of winters in Kerala. The average maximum temperature is 32ºC while the average minimum temperature is 23ºC at this time. Winter is truly enjoyable in the month of December, a time of year without much rain or humidity and with plenty of sunshine and warm temperatures.